|Position:||Right Hand Pitcher|
|Hometown:||Lake Elsinore, Calif.|
|High School:||Lakeside HS|
|Club:||So Cal Athletics|
AS A JUNIOR (2015)
Appeared in 15 games as a position player...Also made 13 pitching appearances with two starts...Hit .316 in 19 at-bats with six hits and five runs, while slugging .579...Had an on-base percentage of .381...Went 2-0 as a pitcher with a 3.79 ERA...Allowed 16 earned runs in 30.0 innings pitched with 27 strikeouts and 14 walks while opponents hit .285 against her...Had five strikeouts in back-to-back games against Pacific and Iowa...Allowed six hits and no runs against Iowa on March 8.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014)
Appeared in 18 games and made 10 starts as a position player while also making 20 piching appearances with five starts...Hit .172 with nine runs scored and three RBIs...Went 4-1 as a pitcher with a 2.88 ERA...Allowed 20 earned runs in 48.2 innings pitched with 44 strikeouts and just seven walks...Opponents hit .290 off of her...Allowed three runs on seven hits in six innings for a win against Virginia on Feb. 22...Gave up four runs on six hits with five strikeouts in seven innings in a 10-4 win against UC Santa Barbara on April 1...Also picked up wins against Utah on March 22 and Hawai'i on March 14.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013) (AT LOUISVLLE)
Worked as an outfielder and pitcher as a freshman at Louisville...registered a .288 batting average with 21 runs, 16 RBIs and eight stole bases...started four games in right field, before being sidelined by a stress fracture... returned to action and moved to left field in a series against Syracuse series after another player was injured...hit her first career home run and had a career-high five RBIs in a 17-6 win over Providence (4/9)...appeared in just two games as a pitcher, tossing one combined inning.
Played for Lakeside High School...named 2012 Senior Student Athlete of the Year...all-Valley Female Athlete of the Year (2012)...2011 Lakeside Female Athlete of the Year...three-time first team All-League selection...two-time all-Valley first team selection...earned California Interscholastic Federation first team honors (2010-12)...CIF second team (2009)...earned the freshman Scholar Athlete Award (2009)...holds a school record with 68 wins and is a three-time strike out leader with 777 career Ks.
Helped her team, So Cal Athletics, to the Premier Girls Fast Pitch National Championship in 2011...played with current Oregon teammate, Danica Mercado.
Full name is Jasmine Leigh Smithson-Willett...parents are Tracie Smithson and Phil Willett...person she most admires is her younger sister Victoria, who has autism...has three other sisters, Taylor, Zoe and Sasha, and a brother, Noah...born in Anchorage, Alaska...major is undecided.